Framework 0.1.4

This is a fairly major upgrade for the little framework that could. I haven’t stopped developing Framework. Quite the contrary, I’ve been working on it extensively as I’m starting to build sites utilizing it. Other than the extensive changes, fixes, etc. anybody wishing to try this out will be pleasantly surprised that there is now an example document root in the examples.

  • Added Framework_Exception
  • Added Framework_Template for unified templating in modules
  • Added __sleep() and __wakeup() to Framework_Object and Framework_Object_DB
  • Added $this->template->plugins_dir = array('plugins',$path.'/'.'plugins') to Framework_Presenter_Smarty
  • Added Framework_Auth_ACL to handle Access Control Lists based on module/event pairings
  • Added Framework_Request
  • Added Framework_User::__isset()
  • Added Framework_Site_Common::stop() which is ran from Framework::stop() when processing has completed
  • Added config.xml for site configuration data
  • Added Framework_Presenter_JSON which utilizes php-json
  • Fixed a bug when creating custom user classes in Framework_Uset::singleton()
  • Fixed how Framework_User::__construct() detected the userField from Framework_Session
  • Fixed misspelled function call in Framework_User
  • Fixed a bug where Framework_Object was attempting to create a log file before Framework_Site_Common had been created
  • Fixed mispelled return code in Framework::start()
  • Fixed a bug where a module’s event was running before the session/user had been authenticated
  • Changed Framework_Presenter_REST to include XML_Serializer options
  • Changed all Exception‘s to Framework_Exception
  • Changed Framework_Object::__construct() to use Framework_Site_Common::$logFile to create instance of PEAR Log in Framework::$log
  • Removed a few references to deprecated constants in Framework_Presenter_Module
  • Deprecated Framework_User::$userTable, Framework_User::$userField, Framework_User::$defaultUser, Framework_User::$userClass (see config.xml)

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